A Kaldan and Scháfer Mystery
by Anne Mette Hancock
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Pub Date 08 Nov 2022 | Archive Date 13 Sep 2022
When 10-year-old Lukas disappears from his Copenhagen school, police investigators discover that the boy had a peculiar obsession with pareidolia—a phenomenon that makes him see faces in random things. A photo on his phone posted just hours before his disappearance shows an old barn door that resembles a face. Journalist Heloise Kaldan thinks she recognizes the barn—but from where?
When Luke’s blood-flecked jacket is found in the moat at Copenhagen’s Citadel, DNA evidence points to Thomas Strand, an ex-soldier suffering from severe PTSD. But then Strand turns up dead in his apartment, shot in the head execution style.
What did the last person to see Lukas really witness that morning in the school yard? Was it really Lukas, or an optical illusion? Can you ever truly trust your eyes?
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Thank you NetGalley and Anne Mette Hancock for allowing me to read this eARC. I loved this one even better than the first one. Between the twists and turns and the last page being an actual shocker! I think I have found a new Favorite author. The entire time I got vibes of like Law and Order SVU or Without a Trace tv shows which I loved.
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It comes out November 08, 2022 to the United States.
10 year old Lukas disappears from his school one morning after the father drops him off. This books follows a detective and journalist as they are trying to figure out what really happened to him.
I loved this book! If you enjoy watching tv shows like Law and Order SVU or Without a Trace you’ll love this book too. It read just like a crime tv show. There is a first book to the series called The Corpse Flower and while I do recommend this one it is not necessary to read it before reading this one.
a very fast and great read, I read it in one sitting and I was happy to do so. great twists and such breath taking events. I liked it very much, couldn't even guess who was behind everything. well written characters and a great story, I can't wait to read the rest of the series.
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